The foundation and context of learning at Sarvalokaa Education is through trans-disciplinary projects that bridge the narrow confines of subject-specific learning.
The focus is on inquiring, analysing, thinking, making and contributing rather than a mere attempt to attain academic merit in terms of marks. Purposeful engagement and empowerment displaces habitual inattentive rote learning and regurgitation.
Learning is achieved through experience and collaborative activities that provide students with a long lasting grip on the essentials. In addition to the enriching experience, they gain conceptual knowledge, relevant skills, appropriate attitudes and values.
Students explore and gather information through a process of enquiry in a dynamic way ably facilitated by teachers. This project based learning system enhances their passion to learn and also develops specific and wide ranging interests in issues of personal and global importance while giving them a sense of ownership and boosting their self-esteem.
The School campus and surrounding Chettinad Health City offers vast opportunities for students to actively engage in their environment through projects focused on sustainable development such as organic farming, rainwater harvesting, solar energy generation, organic composting.
Our commitment to the task of making learning a stimulating experience incorporates a respect for different learning styles. We believe in molding young minds to develop a thirst for learning, nurturing positive values and empowering them to brave the challenges of the 21st Century. Our team of sensitive, compassionate, dedicated and qualified teachers will ensure that each learner draws the highest benefit during their time at Sarvalokaa Education.
We believe in an unhurried childhood and provide a loving environment that promotes a sense of joy, wonder and reverence. Our Waldorf-inspired Kindergarten embraces Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy and aims to lay a strong foundation with its developmental-need based experiential curriculum. The program develops the physical, emotional, intellectual, cultural and spiritual needs of each child. The multi-sensorial approach uses art, music, movement and play in educating the whole child – Head, Heart and Hands.
The Primary years program places utmost importance on developing the Inner-self of the child. It inspires in children a love for learning and fosters independence and free thinking. The interdisciplinary approach integrates art, music and movement in learning subjects like mathematics, science and languages, thus bringing wholeness to learning. Children develop as resourceful, aesthetic and mindful individuals who are free and self-reliant, and with a zest for life-long learning.